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Plato and the other companions of Sokrates

George Grote

Plato and the other companions of Sokrates

by George Grote

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Published by Thoemmes Press in Bristal, England .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plato,
  • Socrates,
  • Philosophy, Ancient

  • Edition Notes

    Originally published: London: John Murray, 1865.

    StatementGeorge Grote.
    SeriesStudies relating to ancient philosophy
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 v. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16214750M
    OCLC/WorldCa28857779

    Plato employs this divine sign here to render some explanation of the singularity and eccentricity of Sokrates, and of his unequal influence upon different companions. Plato employs the Sokratic Dæmon, in the Theagês, for a philosophical purpose, which, I think, admits of reasonable explanation. SPECULATIVE PHILOSOPHY IN GREECE BEFORE AND IN THE TIME. 1: Anaximenesadopted Air as åpxin factory.

      Plato and the Other Companions of Sokrates by George Grote, , available at Book Depository with free delivery : George Grote. His concluding chapters (XXXVIII., XXXIX.), entitled “Other Companions of Sokrates,” and “Xenophon,” are placed in the First Volume, as chapters III. and IV. By this means each volume is made up of nearly related subjects, so as to possess a certain amount of : Liongate Press.

    Additional Physical Format: Online version: Grote, George, Plato, and the other companions of Sokrates. London, J. Murray, (OCoLC) Plato and the Other Companions of Sokrates | Best known for his influential History of Greece, the historian and politician George Grote ( ) wrote this account of Plato's dialogues as a philosophical supplement to the History. First published in and written in dialogic form, Grote's account of Plato's works includes substantial footnotes and marginalia.


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From the abstract just given of the argument of Sokrates in The talk of the Euthydlmus, it will be seen to be serious and Sophists pertinent, though ending with a confession of failure, though The observations placed in contrast with it and 1 Plato, Republic, vi.

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Seller Inventory # AAV More information about this seller | Contact this sellerPrice Range: $ - $ PLATO, AND THE OTHER COMPANIONS OF SOKRATES. BY GEORGE GROTE A NEW EDITION. IN FOUR VOLUMES. Vol. CHAPTER XXXVI. 95 than any other dialogue furnishes. The ninth Book exhibits his attempts to make good his own thesis against the case set forth in his own antecedent counter-pleadings.

The last Book concludes with a highly poetical mythe. This same point of view — that Sokrates puzzled every one, but taught no one any thing — is reproduced by Thrasymachus against Sokrates in the first book of the Republic: 27 in which first book there are various other marks of analogy with the Kleitophon.

28 It might seem as if Plato had in the first instance projected a dialogue in which. PLATO, AND THE OTHER COMPANIONS OF SOKRATES. BY GEORGE GROTE A NEW EDITION. IN FOUR VOLUMES. Vol. CHAPTER XVII. CHAPTER XVII. ION. The picture of Homer conveyed in the tenth book of the Platonic Republic is, that of a man who pretends to know everything, but really knows nothing: an imitative artist, removed by two stages from.

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